How this will work: - developer submits a patch to try with a slightly adjusted try syntax (b2g-try: foo, instead of try: foo) - we'll have a pulse listener on try, looking for these commits - when such a commit is detected, we'll pull the try repo at that commit and build an emulator, then kick off the Marionette tests Items still TBD: 1. how to report results? We can show them on autolog. It would be nice to add them to bugzilla; I assume that would require some b2gautomation bugzilla account that could be used to submit bugzilla comments. 2. what machine to use for this? We could potentially use the gaiahost Amazon VM, which is very underutilized atm (it just serves gaia via Apache). Or we could request a new Amazon VM, or we could request an internal VM.
Deprecating Testing :: Infrastructure.
Not needed any longer since we have real tryserver support for B2G.